The fan motor is not an exact duplicate of the original, but it fits perfectly in same space. It comes with two sets of mounting screws for different applications. I was able to reuse the original screws. The new fan wiring connection & plug location do not match the original, but the included jumper adapter cleanly resolves this issue. You will have to route the wiring a different direction from original to clear the fan mounting frame - this is obvious once you have the new fan in place. I recommend attaching the jumper to the new fan before installing the fan - it's much easier than trying to attach the plug once the fan is in place. In my particular refrigerator, small hands would make this repair easier. I have "large" hands by normal measurements, and I was just barely able to squeeze in between the frame, tubing, & wiring. Still, total time the fridge had to be out of normal position was no more than 20 minutes.